SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY RSS FEED!
Facebook
Date posted: September 9, 2011

Rajasthan Public Service Commission  - Syllabus for Homeopathy Exam

The syllabus of Materia Medica shall be polychrest and the most commonly indicated drugs for everdya ailments applied Materia Medica and comparative Materia Medica.

(a) Nature and Scope of Homoeopathic Materia Medica.

(b) Sources of Homoeopathic Materia Medica.

(c) Different ways of studying the Materia Medica.

(a) Comparative study of drugs.

(b) Complimentary, inimical, antidotal and concomitant remedies.

(c) Therapeutic applications (applied Materia Medica.

(d) Schuslers 12 tissue remedies (Biochemic system of medicine).

ORGANON OF MEDICINE Vth AND VIth EDITIONS INCLUDING APHORISM A TO 294 & HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY.

Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine-Theoretical &  Practical part, Homoeopathic Philosophy – The scope of Homoeopathy. The logic  of Homoeopathy Significance & implications of Totality of symptoms Concept of Health &  Disease, susceptibility; reactions, immunity; Theory of Acute & Chronic Miasms.

(a) History of Medicine.

(b) History of Homoeopathy, its spread to different countries.

(c) Concepts of health and factors modifying it.

(d) Concept of susceptibility and vital reaction.

(e) Concept of disease and totality of symptoms.

(f) Concept of Cure and Disease and Drug relationship.

(g) Concept of Drug, Medicine and Remedy.

(h) Scope and limitations of different modes of  employing medicines in disease Antipathy,Allopathy and Homoeopathy.

(i) Various methods of classification and evaluations of symptoms common and characteristic,General and particular.

(j) Concepts of incurable disease, suppression and palliation.

(k) Prophylactics.

(l) Scope and Limitations of Homoeopathy.

(m) Remedy response, prognosis after administration of remedy.

(n) Principles and criteria for repetition and selection of potency.

(o) Diet

(p) Ancillary Mode of Treatment.

HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY

Homoeopathic Pharmacy including General Knowledge of Indian Homoeopathic Pharmocopia,German Homoeopathic Pharmocopia and American Homoeopathic Pharmocopia.

(a) History of the art and science of Pharmaceutics.

(b) Literature on Homoeopathic Pharmaceutics.

(c) Sources of Homoeopathic Pharmacy.

(d) Homoeopathic Pharmacy: its speciality  and originality.

(e) Importance of the knowledge of Pharmacy.

(f) Sources of knowledge about curative powers of the technique of Drug proving in Homoeopathy.

(g) Properties of Drugs.

(h) Relation of Pharmaceutics with other sciences.

(i) Inter-relationship of different schools of Pharmacy with emphasis on relationship of

Allopathic and Homoeopathic Pharmacy.

REPERTORY

The History of Repertory; Types of Repertory-Boenninghausen’s Repertory, Kent’s Repertory, Boger’s Boenninghausen Repertory, Card Repertories and Case taking and Repertorisation.

Correlation of Repertory with Therapeutics and Materia Medica.

(a) History and development of repertories till date.

(b) Types of repertories.

(c) Explanation of terminology’s used in various repertories.

(d) Boenninghausen’s therapeutic pocket book and Boger Boenninghausen’s repertory.

(e) Kent’s repertory.

(f) Introduction to card repertory.

(g) Specific regional repertories.

(h) Introduction to Computer Repertorization.

(i) Synthesis Repertory.

GYNAECOLOGY & OBSTRATICS AND  FAMILY WELFARE INCLUDING HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS :

1 Common Gynaecological diseases:-

(a) Infant care

(b) Neonatal hygiene

(c) Breast feeding

(d) Artificial feeding.

(e) Asphysia

(f) Birth injuries.

2 Obstetrics:

(a) Diagnosis of pregnancy.

(b) Ante natal care.

(c) Abnormal Pregnancy : Introduction.

(d) Normal Labour.

(e) Abnormal labour : Introduction.

(f) Care of the new born.

(g) Family planning methods including M.T.P. & Sterilization.

MEDICINE : Including Homoeopathic Therapeutics

Basic principles of Internal Medicine including diseases like :

(a) Nutritional diseases.

(b) Immunological Factors in Diseases.

(c) Metabolic Disease & Deficiency Diseases.

(d) Endocrinal Diseases.

(e) Liver and Biliary tract Diseases.

(f) Cardiovascular system Diseases.

(g) Connective Tissue Disorders.

(h) Skin Diseases.

(i) Paediatrics.

(j) Respiratory diseases.

(k) Diseases of Nervous System & Mental Diseases.

(l) Infectious Diseases.

GENERAL SURGERY : Including Homoeopathic Therapeutics

Principles of Surgery, Fundamentals of Clinical Examination, Minor Operative Surgery, General Surgical Diseases, Disease of Infancy and Childhood, Inflammation, infection, ulcer, gangrene, tumours, cysts, muscles, tendon bursae, lymphatic system, Vascular system, spleen, general diseases, Opthalmology, Thyroid, Gastrointestinal system, Bones, joints, Dental Surgery.

COMMUNITY MEDICINE :

Basic principles of Community Medicine including epidemiology and control of diseases, National Health Programmes, Occupational Medicine, Family Welfare, School Health Servies, Health Planning and Management, Health Education, Community Health Care and International Health, Food and nutrition, Balanced diets, Nutritional deficiencies, personal hygiene, Environmental sanitation, General Principles of prevention and control of communicable diseases : Plague, Cholera, small pox, diphtheria, leprosy, tuberculosis, malaria, kala-azar, filariasis, common viral, diseases e.g. cold measles, chicken pox, poliomyelitis, infective hepatitis, helminthic infections, enteric fever, dysenteries, General prevention and control of non-communicable diseases e.g. obesity, hypertension, Maternal and Child health.

Pattern of Question Papers :

  • Objective Type Paper.
  • Maximum Marks : 100
  • Number of Questions : 100
  • Duration of Paper : Two Hours.
  • All Questions carry equal marks.
  • There will be Negative Marking.

Comments

1. Comments will be moderated. Please use a genuine email ID and provide your name, to   avoid rejection.
2. Comments that are abusive, personal, incendiary or irrelevant cannot be published.
3. Please write complete sentences. Do not type comments in all capital letters, or in all   lower case letters, or using abbreviated text. (example: u cannot substitute for you, d is not   'the', n is not 'and')


*

Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.